Thursday, September 10, 2009

Things to do

Bindweed otherwise known as Wild Morning Glory is growing on this building across the driveway of my office. The city volunteers will be cleaning up this weekend while I'm away.
Now I ask you, could you whack down something so beautiful?
They will.
Sorry, I just needed to get that out.
You can read my "about me" in the sidebar to see how I feel about it.

Workshop things-to-do.......
almost all checked off.

Heard from my sister-in-law just now and she told me, "DO NOT bring your white gloves and DO wear your rose colored glasses.
I got it.
Expect me back,
Sharon




15 comments:

  1. Hope you have a wonderful time, I am sure the participants will!!

    Sharon, I received your print of "My World" today. It is beautiful. I love the colors and imagery!

    Blessings!

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  2. Some people see weeds where others see flowers. I'm not surprised you are in the later category.

    Have a wonderful trip!

    Darla

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  3. Ha! You cross off your list with a PINK marker. So fun & you are very cool! I am SO going to adopt that!! :)))

    Those purple flowers are so pretty. Maybe they are invasive in their loveliness. ?? Can you get a snip before you & the flowers are gone?

    Have a safe & fabulous trip!!

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  4. Sharon, I have wild morning glory growing among my hibiscus hedge. I can't bear to cut them down, so I just pull them away from the hibiscus. Now they are growing up along my window!

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  5. Just look at the delicate edge on those glories. Nature is such an artist.

    My lost never look that artistic,
    I have them but they are on a lined sheet that will stick in my pocket.

    What I learned from you I used today, I wanted to do a person a woman on printed fabric, and of course Gesso tinted covered the design in the fabric area I wanted.

    Have a trip of inspiration so you can hardly stand it. Emelie

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  6. I LOVE your attitude! Have a terrific trip.

    Greetings from Wisconsin,
    Angela

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  7. Have a safe and fun trip,Sharon! I'm sure the girls will love your packettes! Do hope maybe the "Glorys" will still be there when you get home!

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  8. Can't imagine anyone cutting down such beauty!

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  9. I am 100% with you!
    Have a great trip...can't wait to see the photo's.

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  10. Your list is every bit as beautiful as those morning glories! Is there any greater joy in life than making a list and marking things off? I'm just saying.

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  11. okay, Okay Dear Sharon... so you say.. "Expect"?
    Now can that relate at all to
    "Expect"
    you to teach classes?
    OR
    "EXPECT"
    you to say yes...
    Or
    "Expect"
    you to write me back....
    with a Expectant approval letter of..
    YES?"
    Or
    Am I to expect you to say..
    "EXPECT MAYBE?"
    If NO,
    EXPECT ME TO KEEP BUGGING YOU!
    YOU ARE WONDERFUL, Great and FUN!
    Love Ya,
    Darlene Pringle.. xo

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  12. Oh no---maybe they will com right back!! Mornings Glories will do that!

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  13. I hope your summer has been filled with idea's and dreams, and the smell of flowers. I have been MIA more or less this summer, but catching up has been fun. I took a peek at what I have missed, you have been busy. Happy Fall, Mary

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  14. just tripped down the page. I enjoy seeing process... I do like the way you work. Even your to-lists are nice!-Jayne

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  15. The purple flowers on the pictures looked beautiful. This is my first time seeing and reading about them. I hope you enjoy your trip.

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